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This article explains how to convert a number written in decimal (base 10) to the ASCII character that corresponds to that number. Every letter, number, and symbol in the ASCII table has a specific numerical value according to the standard for character encoding known as the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII). The chr() built-in method in Python may be used to convert a decimal number to the matching ASCII character. If you typed chr(65), for instance, you'd get the uppercase letter "A," since that's what the corresponding ASCII value is (65). Similarily, chr(97) would yield "a," since the decimal value 97 is the ASCII value for the letter "a" in lowercase. All you need to do is plug in the decimal number, and out pops the equivalent ASCII character.